dbForge Studio for Oracle

dbForge Studio for Oracle is a powerful Oracle database development environment that provides you versatile data editing tools for managing in-database and external data. It allows you to synchronize data between different Oracle servers and automate schema change management process during development.

http://www.devart.com/dbforge/oracle/studio/

dbForge Studio for Oracle

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  1. Users should be able to work with jobs.
    Support jobs scheduling through Oracle Scheduler

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  2. On Ctrl+Click on function/user type/proc/etc name should open new(or already opened) editor with cursor on that object.

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  3. Group multiple database connections into single tree node in Database Explorer. Eg.

    Database Explorer

    [+] Environment 1
    [-] Environment 2
    [+] DB Connection 1
    [+] DB Connection 2
    [-] Environment 3
    [+] DB Connection 3
    [+] DB Connection 4

    108 votes
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  4. It looks like you support GIT in other product within the company, and it would be very helpful for Sudio for Oracle to do as well.

    57 votes
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  5. If you select Package to open the cursor is focused on the package . If you select Package Body to open the cursor is focused on the package body. Regardless when one is opened the other should always be open. Or an option to set it up that way

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    1. Choose "Edit ..." on pop-up menu
    2. Modify DB object
    3. Press "Text" button
    4. Appear sql-script creating NEW object with modifications

    to-do
    4. Appear ALTER db object sql-script

    Thanks!

    47 votes
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  6. Add visual editor for Oracle tablespace.

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  7. it would be a great feature to have the possibility to pass values in "where" filter as parameters while running comparisons from the command line:

    datacompare.com /datacompare /compfile:"D:\mycompdoc.dcomp" /param:<par1>,<val1>[;<par2>,<val2>;...]

    and in mycompdoc.dcomp we have

    ...
    <Object SourceName="MyTable" TargetName="MyTable" SourceType="Table"
    TargetType="Table"> <SourceFilter>MyCol in (0,@par1,@par2)</SourceFilter>
    </Object>
    ...

    42 votes
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  8. Integrated SQL-PL\SQL Help would be helpful.

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  9. Just like in dbForge Studio for MySQL to make it to ping a server in order to keep the connection alive. This will save your time on reconnecting to the server.

    28 votes
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  10. 28 votes
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  11. Let's say, we have the following text:

    12$
    12367
    ...54
    ABCDEF

    1. Set the cursor at the end of the first row.

    2. Press ALT+SHIFT+Down (two times). The regular cursor will switch to 3 rows long vertical bar.

    3. Enter some text, let's say, 45. The text will be added into the 3 rows as follows:

    12$45
    1234567
    ...4554
    ABCDEF

    Just like it's implemented in Notepad++.

    26 votes
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  12. A lot of steps are required to be performed to export all the Table to a INSERT SQL script.
    I should:
    1. Select the table
    2. Click right mouse button
    3. Select "Retrieve Data"
    4. If not all data is fetched, then go to the end of the recordset (because Ctrl+A cannot select not fetched data)
    5. Press Ctr+A
    6. Click right mouse button
    7. Select Script Data as INSERTs to
    8. Select "New Document"

    Why does it take so many steps for a routine task?

    I want to export a Table to a new document by selecting the table…

    20 votes
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  13. Every item in the object hierarchy should include Extract DDL option (=Generate Script As...), naming is not important. For containers, it would extract schema for all objects within that container. For example, if I do it on Indexes, it would get me Drop/Create/etc. script for all indexes currently defined on this table.

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  14. 16 votes
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  15. Example:
    select t.col1 ,
    t.col2

    /* if I not put comma then next "t." not have columns in dropdown*/
    t.

    from table1 t

    if I insert t. between previously written columns

    t.col1,
    t.
    t.col2

    columns in dropdown not exist.

    Make spellchecker disable by settings

    13 votes
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  16. In dbForge for SQL Server we have direct support for Surround SCM source code management system.
    Would be great if we can see this in dbForge for Oracle too.

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  17. Suppose for most tasks, I will only be using [CURRENTUSERSCHEMA_NAME] and [SYS]. Within each of them I do NOT need Packages, Procedures, Functions, User Types, Materialized Views/Logs, Synonyms, Clusters, Database Links and XML Schemas. dbForge should have a global user preference to hide unused options.

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  18. When working with Master-Detail Browser, the program should automatically identify related tables along with relations once a user selects a master table so then it's enough just to choose the relation from the dropdown list instead of performing additional actions as it's implemented in IBExpert.

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  19. Everytime I save a script (.sql) I have to select the correct encoding. For me it's West-European ISO/28591 but you default to UTF-8/65001. It's very annoying to do it every time and sometimes forgetting which lead to funny characters in the script.

    It was also asked a long time ago : http://forums.devart.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=24439

    Can you add this to the users's preferences ?
    Thank you

    BTW this form does NOT seem to work in IE8 that we have at work. Won't accept the password...

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